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Warning: May be offensive language. Can Oleksandr Usyk handle the mind games that Derek Chisora will play? Watch the heavyweight contenders meet at today’s press conference before Usyk vs Chisora on Saturday night, live on Sky Sports Box Office

Last Updated: 29/10/20 1:13pm

Watch Derek Chisora address Oleksandr Usyk at Thursday’s press conference – watch a live stream here from 2pm.

Their heavyweight fight on Saturday night, live on Sky Sports Box Office, will have major ramifications in the division where Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury own all the belts.

Chisora’s mind games have included kissing and biting opponents, throwing tables and causing chaos so will Usyk be able to handle any mind games?

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Derek Chisora’s mind games are his trademark

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Oleksandr Usyk insists he is not at a size disadvantage

Former undisputed cruiserweight champion Usyk told Sky Sports about stepping up into a bigger division: “In case, the king of animals would be considered according to the size, then it would be elephant, not the lion.”

Chisora warned: “I’m prepared to eat leather, 100 per cent. Is he prepared to eat my leather as well? I don’t think so. I’m ready to eat all he’s got.”

Lee Selby will go head to head with the undefeated George Kambosos Jr before their fight to become the mandatory challenger to new IBF lightweight champion Teofimo Lopez Jr.

Dave Allen will get his first look at opponent Christopher Lovejoy who boasts an impressive 19-0 record.

Rivals Savannah Marshall and Hannah Rankin will size each other up before deciding the vacant WBO middleweight title.

Tommy McCarthy and Bilal Laggoune, Amy Timlin and Carly Skelly, and Kash Farooq and Martin Tecuapetla will also go face to face.

Watch Usyk vs Chisora on Saturday, live on Sky Sports Box Office, from 6pm. Book it via your Sky remote or book it online here. Even if you aren’t a Sky TV subscriber, you can book and watch it here.





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